Margaret II

Margaret II

(Margrethe), 1940–, queen of Denmark (1972–). The oldest daughter of King Frederick IX and Queen Ingrid (the daughter of King Gustavus VI of Sweden), Princess Margrethe's right to the throne was established (1953) through a new constitution that allowed female succession. She became a member of the Council of State in 1958. In 1967 she married a Frenchman, Comte Henri de Laborde de Monpezat, and she has borne two sons. Upon the death of her father in 1972, Margrethe became Denmark's first ruling queen since Margaret I, who had reigned in the late 14th and early 15th cent.
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The Company has also implemented a number of environmental projects within its industrial complex, including the HRH Princess Sabeeka Bint Ibrahim Park for Aromatic Plants, the Medicinal Plant Garden and Queen Margaret II of Denmark Garden for olive trees, as well as a bird sanctuary, a fish farm and a charity vegetable garden.
Copenhagen, Apr 11 (ONA) Queen Margaret II of the Kingdom of Denmark received at the Royal Palace in Copenhagen Dr.
The most recent environmental project launched by GPIC was the Olive Trees oasis which was opened by Queen Margaret II during her recent visit to the GPIC Complex.
On Friday, Iran's new ambassador, Morteza Daman-Pak Jami, submitted his credentials in a formal ceremony with Queen Margaret II (photo).
Other new winners included David Hall in the Squib Polly Garter, Martin Whittigham-Jones in the Falcon Isador and Peter Kraus in the Conway One Design Margaret II.
Queen Margaret II Oasis has a large number of productive olive trees and this new project is a significant addition to the diverse environmental projects set up by the company in its complex.
Conway OD: 1, Minnie (G Booth); 2, Margaret II (P Kraus); 3, Acushla (P Roberts), all Conway.